Jun 22, 2013

Baguio City: Forest House Bistro & Cafe

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Forest House Bistro and Cafe represents what Baguio should be all about, warm, hospitable and intimate. Visiting this place definitely brought back the good old days of Baguio where you can just sit back and relax, feel the cozy ambiance while savoring the scent of the pine trees, the aroma of a freshly brewed Benguet coffee and the warmth of dining with your friends or family. It's the ultimate dining experience one should have while in Baguio.

Forest House Bistro & Cafe


I heard the place gets really packed during dinner time so a reservation would ensure a seat if you plan to dine in this place. They also have a musician playing at night.

I would also suggest ditching your diet plans for a day to truly experience how a Forest House meal should be enjoyed.

Baby Back Ribs, Forest Bistro and Cafe
Baby Back Ribs, PhP 445.00
We ordered comfort food which if translated in other words meant sumptuous, fattening and very filling :).

Forest House Bistro and Cafe
Forest House Bouillabaisse, PhP 120.00
After enjoying the heavy feast, a cup of Benguet coffee will seal the deal but do take your time and enjoy every bite.

Forest House Bistro and Cafe Menu Prices
Forest House Menu
Forest House Bistro and Cafe is located at No. 16 Loakan Road, Baguio City.


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7 comments:

  1. The last time I've been to Baguio was when I was still in elementary I think. anyway, the ribs really looks appetizing. Wish I could go back to Baguio and I will surely try this resto.

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  2. I really love your 1st picture! It really represents a relaxing atmosphere of Baguio and it should be relaxing.

    And you're torturing my eyes with the baby back ribs! haha!
    It looks so delicious and mouthwatering.. Kakagutom lang eh! :D

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  3. It's nice to eat that baby back ribs with their cozy ambiance, it will surely make you more crave. I will keep this reco in mind when visiting Baguio.

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  4. omg! that is totally delicious! just melts me straight away! I am now craving for more of this! i love ribs!

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  5. Haha we all have cheat days so yeah I agree with you. This is when you will have to ditch your diet for. :P

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  6. omg this makes me want to drive to Baguio right now! I think it will be really worth the try! =)

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  7. Wow! the baby back ribs looks delicious... I want to go to Baguio right...

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